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Innovative Solution to the H1B Visa Problem

Work in the U.S. for 3 years after your MBA with Duke Fuqua’s new MSTeM certificate There’s been a lot made recently of the declining applications to top U.S. business schools from international students as a result of changes to U.S. immigration policy and the difficulty of obtaining a H1B visa. Well, here’s some good […]

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Eliminate Pronoun Ambiguity with this Easy Fix

Pronouns are among the most commonly-tested points of English grammar you’ll see on GMAT sentence correction questions. In fact, I tell my students that any time they see a pronoun in the underlined portion of the sentence, they should immediately stop and ask themselves the following questions: Does the pronoun agree in number (singular or […]

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Four Ways to Make Your GMAT Preparation More Strategic

A few years ago a professor at the Harvard Business School analyzed what successful people do differently than less successful people. The author, Heidi Grant Halvorson, identifies 9 strategies often used by highly successful people to reach their goals. You can read about these nine strategies here. The higher-level point, however, is that people are successful, […]

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GMAT Pacing Strategy – Time Management Tip

Albert Einstein, when asked to expound on his idea that time is relative, put it this way: “When you sit with a nice girl for two hours you think it’s only a minute, but when you sit on a hot stove for a minute you think it’s two hours. That’s relativity.” How true — especially […]

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Dominate HARD Probability Questions on the GMAT {Webinar}

Understanding probability isn’t just important for improving your odds at the roulette table in Las Vegas. It’s also important if you want a high GMAT Quant score, as many of the 700+-level questions you’ll see on test day involve probability. Here’s the good news. Almost every probability question you’ll encounter on the GMAT — even the […]

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Updates to the GMAT Enhanced Score Report (ESR)

If you’re thinking about retaking the GMAT — or if you know you’re going to take it more than once — the GMAT® Enhanced Score Report (ESR) is a valuable tool for analyzing your test results and getting a detailed look at exactly where you are strong and where you could use some improvement. Last month […]

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MBA Applicant Trends for 2018

Each year the Association of International Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC) conducts a thorough and wide-ranging survey of MBA applicants designed to shed light on the admissions process, highlight interesting trends, and serve as a useful tool for business school admissions officers as they survey the landscape and plan for future application cycles. The results of […]

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How the GMAT is a Stepping Stone for Success in Business School

Business school applicants have come to understand the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) as a standardized exam in MBA admissions. While it is common knowledge that a good GMAT score will help aspiring students get into their preferred MBA program, many often question the test’s actual relevance in the field of business and why it […]

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What is Different About an Executive MBA? {Infographic}

A full-time, two-year MBA isn’t for everyone — especially if you work full-time and don’t want to put everything on hold for a couple years. There are increasingly-popular alternatives, including the Executive MBA. The Executive MBA is specifically designed for the businessperson who is more advanced in his or her career. The degree can help […]

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Changes to the Official GMAT Practice Exams

It’s been said that the only certainty in life is change. So it is with the GMAT as well. A few weeks ago we brought you up to speed on the new, 30-minute shorter GMAT exam. With the dust having settled on that news, the GMAC decided to roll out another set of changes regarding […]

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